[ US /ˈstɛp/ ]
[ UK /stˈɛp/ ]
[ UK /stˈɛp/ ]
- extensive plain without trees (associated with eastern Russia and Siberia)
How To Use steppe In A Sentence
- He slowly depressed the plunger and once the syringe was empty, withdrew the needle and stepped back.
- A couple of weeks ago, while glassing four female Meneliks bushbuck two hundred yards away feeding in a tiny clearing during a pouring rain, a nice male stepped into view. Very Little Drops Dead
- She was a slim blonde girl in her twenties who might have stepped out of a fashion advertisement in a women's magazine.
- As Locke and Jean stumbled to their feet, the door on the wall opposite the window slammed open, and in stepped a broad-shouldered man with the slablike muscles of a stevedore or a smith. Archive 2008-07-01
- When I stepped back outside, the snow was continuing.
- He claimed that the school district stepped over the line with its affirmative action plan and that race was improperly used to discriminate against the white teacher.
- They were going to the pelican crossing, but stepped off the kerb because they were frightened by a dog on the pavement.
- From the rearmost area of the building, my mother stepped into the hallway. Arcane Circle
- But when he stepped into it, his leg sank up to his knee, and he fell facefirst into a pool of water two feet deep. Rogue Wave
- At last she gave her familiar nicker and stepped closer so he could gently rub her neck.